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All of the links you’ll need are above, but this page will navigate you through only the information relevant to your specific pregnancy situation.

Just read the statements and click on the ones that best fit your answers:

1. I haven’t seen a doctor yet, but fear I may be miscarrying.  I would like to learn about the symptoms of miscarriage.

2. I am less than 24 weeks pregnant, and was told that my baby’s heart stopped beating.

3. My doctor told me:

I have a chemical pregnancy.

I have a blighted ovum.

I have an ectopic pregnancy.

I have a molar pregnancy.

I have a threatened miscarriage.

I have an inevitable (or incomplete) miscarriage.

I have a missed miscarriage.

I have a complete miscarriage.

I have a vanishing twin.

I am miscarrying and I have twins or more.

I am having a recurrent miscarriage.

I am having a stillbirth:

  • at home
  • at a clinic
  • at a hospital

My baby has been given an adverse or fatal diagnosis, and is not expected to survive long past delivery (neonatal death).

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